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Helpful Automotive Resources
May 26, 2020
GM SUVs Get Better Fuel Economy Ratings for 2021The new 2021 Suburban equipped with a 5.3-liter V-8 now sports a combined EPA fuel economy rating of 18 mpg for a rear-wheel-drive variant and 17 mpg with an all-wheel-drive setup. Meanwhile, Suburbans with a 6.2-liter engine get a combined 17 mpg with the rear-wheel-drive and 16 mpg with all-wheel-drive.
June 30, 2020
P0017 Code: Camshaft Position B – Camshaft Position Correlation (Bank 1)P0017 on Chevy vehicles translates to Crankshaft Position – Exhaust Camshaft Position Not Plausible. Despite the varying names given by respective manufacturers, P0017 code simply means that the PCM believes the difference between the crankshaft position and the camshaft position exceeds specification.
Camshaft vs. Crankshaft
Here’s What the 2021 Chevy Colorado Will Look LikeWith the updated grille, the new Colorado achieves a wider look and an improved air dam, which leads to better aerodynamics for the truck and an increased approach angle. Moreover, the change in the air dam’s design allows for its complete removal upon the driver’s preference.
Chevrolet is set to
June 15, 2020
Chevrolet Dropping Ax on Malibu in 2022A spokesperson for Chevrolet told online publication Roadshow: “We are not engaging in the speculation on potential adjustments. Malibu remains in the Chevrolet product lineup.”
Chevrolet previously discontinued two other sedans from its lineup: the Cruze and the Impala.
June 09, 2020
P0507 Code: Idle Control System RPM Higher than ExpectedOn many older vehicles, the car’s primary computer, which is often referred to as the powertrain control module (PCM), regulates the idle speed by controlling the movement of the Idle Speed Control (ISC) valve. When open, the ISC valve—also known as an Idle Air Control (IAC) valve—allows air to bypass
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